The Practice will be closed on the following days:
The Lyme Trust
The Lyme Trust is a charitable organisation which was set up in 1974. The Trust provides supported accommodation for people living with mental health problems. We also support people with substance misuse and addiction difficulties alongside any mental health issues. Our aim is provide a safe, stable and comfortable environment in which people can live. Residents have access to high levels of support and a good quality of life.
Staffordshire Treatment and Recovery Service – stars – is a drug and alcohol recovery service provided on behalf of Staffordshire County Council.Our aim is to help as many people as possible to recover from and be free from drug and alcohol dependency. We want to reduce the harm that is caused to individuals, families and communities.
The app is free to use and has been designed to help people track their own recovery journeys and achieve their personal goals. The app has been developed with people at different stages of recovery and is based on their ideas and feedback.
A lifeline of safe, caring and professional support to families, friends and partners who are struggling to cope with the nightmare of a loved one’s addiction to drugs or alcohol and to those who have been bereaved by addiction or related causes.
0300 888 3853
Be Gamble Aware
Free, confidential help for anyone who is worried about their or someone else’s gambling. If you need help right away, call or live chat with an Adviser now through the National Gambling Treatment Service - available 24/7 for advice and help finding the right support.
0808 8020 133
Talk to Frank
If you have a problem with drugs Talk to Frank for friendly, confidential drugs advice.
0300 123 6600
Free, confidential helpline for anyone who is concerned about their drinking, or someone else's.
0300 123 1110
Every 30 minutes someone leaves Turning Point's services drink or drugs free. Turning Point offer you or a loved one a range of services depending on what you need, from detox and residential rehab to supported living and aftercare support.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
0800 9177 650
One You Drink Free Days
Make a pledge to take a few days off and you’re more likely to follow it through and reach your goals. Drink Free Days is for people who like a drink but want some support in tracking and cutting down on the booze. Understand more about your current drinking and risk levels as it common for people to underestimate how much they drink.
Drinkaware Online Tools & Apps
Drinkaware's range of online tools can help you understand your drinking, track your drinks and change your habits.